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New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date

New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date

New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date – KIA Sedona is currently anticipated to see the next redesign for 2021. Unfortunately, this car still wears a lot of concealment. There is a mixture of camouflaged wrappers, false panels, and loose materials over the door.

There are some important features, though. The headlights are narrower than the current model, and the lattice seems to have a steep sweep. To maintain a deep enough space, there is not much you can do with the silhouette of the minivan, and this vehicle retains its visible. The engineers completely hid the back.

New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date

New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date
New 2021 KIA Sedona USA Redesign, Release Date

The current model was introduced in 2015 and saw only minor changes since then. Recently, the 2019 Sedona gained a refurbished Grille to match the remaining KIA lineup. Buyers also got a new 8-speed transmission that didn’t do much to improve the vibrant fuel economy of vehicles for only 21 MPG based on our last review. Will Sedona next offer something new in terms of features or perhaps better efficiency? That remains to be seen.

2021 KIA Sedona AWD Rumors

Rumors suggest that the new Sedona might adopt an all-wheel drive at least as an option. It will follow the lead of Toyota Sienna and fresh new Chrysler Pacifica. The KIA Platform under the current model does not support the system, so it must adopt a new foundation. There will also be a revised rear suspension layout.

KIA moved 15,931 examples from Sedona in the United States in 2019, which dropped from 17,928 in the previous year. Shipping for 2020 did not have a good start with the volume of 1,012 minivans, versus 1,348 of them in January 2019.

A debut date for a new generation is a mystery, but our scouts think it can happen immediately after September 2020. The KIA launch strategy generally has a company revealing the model in South Korea first before taking it elsewhere. It hints at the American Premier at the end of 2020 or very early 2021.

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